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The climatic ring. A climatic preference apparatus for simultaneous investigation of preferred air humidity and temperature of arthropods


, : The climatic ring. A climatic preference apparatus for simultaneous investigation of preferred air humidity and temperature of arthropods. Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft fur Allgemeine und Angewandte Entomologie 10(1-6): 467-471

In this ring-shaped piece of equipment, a temperature gradient is established using temperature-regulated water baths. Within each temperature step, a humidity gradient is created by saturated salt solutions located under the perforated run floor.


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